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Volleyball - Mon, Nov. 24, 2014 at 1:20 PM

Momentum can be the name of the game when it comes to postseason play. Every team left is the cream of the crop, but it is the team peaking at the right time that can make all the difference.

It has certainly appeared as though one of those teams this volleyball postseason might be Georgetown College. The No. 15 Tigers (29-10) have been playing lights out since rallying from a 2-0 set deficit in the semifinals of the Mid-South Conference Tournament.

"You expect the best from every team right now and I'm just so proud of the way our team is coming together," said GC coach Nick Griffin. "We have to control what we can control. We have been playing some great defense, making the right set options and taking care of the ball at the net."

 
Women's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 22, 2014 at 6:20 PM

Georgetown College women's basketball came ready to play Saturday against visiting Lindsey Wilson College. The No. 17 Tigers (4-3, 1-3 MSC) shrugged off an early tough start to Mid-South Conference play with a convincing 74-54 win.

"We've been fighting so hard, but just letting the little things bother us," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey. "We put all that behind us and played like we had been a few weeks ago. We needed a game like this. It was a real team effort."

Jessica Foster led five players in double figures with 18 points. Devanny King poured in 12 with 12 rebounds for her fourth double-double this season. Mykal Farris found her stride with 13 points and Haley Armstrong and Teonia McCune each had 11. Emilie Ziese was a beast on the boards with nine.

 
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Women's Lacrosse - Fri, Nov. 21, 2014

Georgetown College women's lacrosse picks up another solid class for the blossoming program. Third-year Tiger coach Brandon Davis has inked 10 players for the 2019 class.

"I'm really very excited about this diverse group we have coming in," Davis said. "We keep getting the right pieces to put the foundation together. As a coach I have to access on the fly these first couple of years as I'm not really graduating my players. I want to find the ones that will fit so that the group continues to mesh well and help us be successful on- and off-the field."

This is Davis' second big recruiting class, adding 10 players – Avery Blackmon, Doreen Brabble, Madison Cobb, Lauren Feltman, Penka Heusinkveld, Taylor Irwin, Rachel Kidwell, Katherine Leighty, Taylor Mitchell and Jade Smith-Jolicoeur.

 
Football - Fri, Nov. 21, 2014

Georgetown College football begins 2014 NAIA Football Championship Series First Round play on the road Saturday. The No. 10 Tigers (8-2) travel to Marian University in Indianapolis, Ind. in this first-ever meeting with the No. 7 Knights (8-2). Kickoff is set for 1 pm.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students with their IDs.

If you cannot travel to the game, following all the action live as Chris Labar and Jason Grefer make the call for the Tigers on 93.3 WCGW FM or 94.7 WFIA FM.

 
Men's Basketball - Thu, Nov. 20, 2014

Georgetown College men's basketball woke up for the second half and took control of the Mid-South Conference tilt Thursday night against Cumberland University. The No. 8 Tigers (4-2, 1-2) erased a four-point deficit for a 74-54 win in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym.

The Bulldogs (3-4, 0-2) used spurts of offense and capitalized off GC miscues for the early advantage. However, early in the second half the Tigers were able to string together an 8-0 run and never looked back.

 
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